The fascinating ruins of Corfe Castle stand on a natural hill which guards the route through the Purbeck Hills.

You can see the breathtaking outline of Corfe Castle steeped high on the ramparts in Corfe. The village also offers a unique range of artisan shops, teahouses and two free museums. The historical role the castle played dates back to the time of William the Conqueror. The castle is now owned by the National Trust and admission charges apply.

You can catch the 30 from Swanage or the 40 from Poole or Swanage directly to Corfe Castle. Use the Journey Planner on our website or app to plan a journey to Corfe Castle today.

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